Jesse Green

Counsel, Miami



Jesse Green is counsel in the Disputes Group of White & Case. Jesse's practice includes complex commercial disputes, shareholder class actions, consumer class actions, bankruptcy litigation, securities litigation and appeals. He has prosecuted and defended claims in state and federal courts across the United States, as well as in domestic and international arbitral proceedings.

Jesse's experience includes the representation of a leading energy company in numerous putative shareholder class actions related to a proposed merger; a foodservice distributor in a multi-district RICO and breach of contract class action; a national telecommunications services provider in various commercial disputes brought in state and federal courts; an investor in the Ponzi scheme perpetrated by Bernard L. Madoff in multiple derivative and class action lawsuits; a major professional sports league in connection with the bankruptcy proceedings of one of its franchises; parties in a series of lawsuits related to Florida's decennial redistricting process; and a group of national chess federations in arbitration proceedings before the Court of Arbitration for Sport. In addition, Jesse has successfully represented clients before state and federal appellate courts.

Bars and Courts
Florida State Bar
New York State Bar
US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
US District Court for the Middle District of Florida
US District Court for the Northern District of Florida
US District Court for the Southern District of Florida
University of Virginia School of Law
Swarthmore College


League v. Women Voters of Fla. v. Detzner, 188 So. 3d 68 (Fla. 1st DCA 2016). Rejecting the adoption of the private attorney general doctrine in Florida.

North Carillon, LLC vs. CRC 603, LLC, 135 So. 3d 274 (Fla. 2014). Reversing decision that would have allowed buyers of condominium units to void purchase agreements based on a purported violation of state law.

So. Alliance v. Graham, 113 So. 3d 742 (Fla. 2013). Affirming the Florida Public Service Commission's decision to allow energy companies to recover costs associated with the development of nuclear power facilities.

Scott v. Williams, 107 So. 3d 379 (Fla. 2013). Finding that the conversion of the Florida Retirement System from a noncontributory to a contributory system did not violate the state constitution.